1972 Mustang H code One Owner 103,000 Survivor Time Capsule - Vintage Mustang Forums

 
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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-08-2016, 09:11 AM Thread Starter
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1972 Mustang H code One Owner 103,000 Survivor Time Capsule

1972 Ford Mustang

351 2V Cruise O Matic Transmission

All Original Medium Lime Metallic Paint!!

One Owner. All original.

Survivor Car! Time Capsule

Original Sales Invoice and Window Sticker!

Décor Group, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes

Truly a Rare find

Car is immaculate for its age and its survivor state.

Runs and Drives Great

Garage Kept for 44 Years and Maintained by same owner!

Interior is unbelievable!

Link to Pictures: 1972 Mustang by mtdubvee | Photobucket

You are looking at the definition of a survivor car. This 1972 Mustang has been preserved in time by its original owner. It never left the town where it was bought in, was never sold, never traded hands. Original one owner car.

Owner has all original purchase documents, original window sticker, and more. Even comes with the original 1972 license plate. This car is a true time capsule.

The car is immaculate for being 44 years old. It has 103,000 miles on it. The garage has been garage kept all of its life and has been maintained to the fullest extent. The owner said he use to spray oil on the bottom so it would never rust.

This car is all original panels with no rust. I’ve never seen a car so preserved and so nice.

The interior of the car is basically flawless. No fading from sun, no wear anywhere, it honestly doesn’t look like it has 103,000 miles on it. More like 3,000.

The body of the car is super straight, panels fit perfectly, trunk, hood, doors, all shut perfectly. Windows roll up and down effortlessly. Seats are firm and like new, showing basically no wear.

The paint is all original and is in extremely good condition. It has a couple minor places here and there but nothing bad at all.

The original black stripe shows a little wear but not much.

The engine bay is truly superb. The original owner said he did change the original carb, distributor, and replaced the radiator. He also rebuilt the power steering pump.

This car drives better than any original mustang that I have ever had.

Engine:

351 Cleveland 2V Original to the car. Runs great. No smoking, no issues.

Transmission:

C6 Cruise of Matic. Shifts Great. Tighter Shifter linkage.

Rearend:

9” Rearend

Interior:

It pristine. Better than Survivor. Like a time capsule!

Body and Paint:

Straight and solid body. Underneath and trunk are unbelievably solid. Original paint still looks great. Has minor imperfections but its 44 year old paint and still looks amazing!

International Buyers Welcome. I will help with shipping anywhere in the world but shipping cost is responsibility of the buyer. The car is sold as is-where is with no refunds or exchanges.

ASKING $12,000.00 but negotiable for a quick sale.

304-228-4732

mtdubvee@yahoo.com
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-23-2017, 02:38 PM
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I will show this to my brother, he loves the 71-73 cars..

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